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Grand jury indicts 27 people on drug, other charges in Bristol, VA

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Bristol, Virginia Police released the names of 27 people indicted Tuesday by a grand jury on drug and other charges.

"The Bristol, Virginia Police Department will be actively pursuing the arrest of those individuals who are not currently incarcerated," said Capt. Maynard Ratcliff, Bristol, Virginia Police Department.

Here are the names as released by police Tuesday night.:






Bowman, Janet M.  51 2nd Street, Bristol VA
2 counts distribution of methamphetamine, 1 count distribution of hydrocodone

Carroll, Mark A.  24 Clinton Avenue, Bristol VA
3 counts distribution of cocaine, 1 count of conspiracy

Coleman, Tasha M. 35 Mary Street, Bristol VA
4 counts distribution of cocaine

Davis, Patience M.  33 Bristol, TN
1 counts distribution of Suboxone

Falls, Phalanda D.  34 Harmeling Street, Bristol VA
1 count distribution of hydrocodone

Gardner, James A.  45 Madison Street, Bristol VA
 2 counts distribution of hydrocodone

Garland, Amanda M. 25 Bristol, TN
1 counts distribution of hydromorphone, 1 count distribution of Suboxone

Harden, Sidney O.  37 Moore Street, Bristol VA
3 counts distribution of cocaine

Hess, Delilah  21 Bristol, VA
3 counts distribution of methamphetamine, 1 count of conspiracy, 1 count distribution of an imitation controlled substance

Johnson, Willie T.  22 Bristol, VA
1 count of grand larceny

Morris, David R., Jr. 40 
2 counts distribution of Suboxone

Murray, Michael Lee 29 Bristol, TN
2 counts distribution of morphine, 1 count distribution of Suboxone

Pennington, Joshua T. 33 Bristol, VA
1 count distribution of methamphetamine, 1 count distribution of morphine, 2 counts of conspiracy, 1 count of distribution within 1000 feet of a college


Phillips, Joseph B.  39 Piney Flats, TN
1 count of distribution of hydrocodone

Prater, Jessica H.  26 Oakview Avenue, Bristol VA
1 count distribution of hydrocodone

Stewart, Chanisha B. 22 Clinton Avenue, Bristol VA
1 count distribution of cocaine, 1 count of conspiracy

Stout, Rosemary B. 45 Bristol, TN
1 count of distribution of morphine, 1 count of conspiracy

Stout, Timothy L.  55 Bristol, TN
3 counts of distribution of morphine, 1 count of conspiracy

Stump, William M. 38 Edmond Street, Abingdon, VA
3 counts of distribution of Suboxone

Talford, Jermaine C. 39 Randolph Street, Bristol VA
3 counts of distribution of cocaine

Thacker, Christopher L. 33 Bristol TN
1 count of distribution of Suboxone

Thompson, William L. 25 2nd Street, Bristol VA
1 count of distribution of morphine, 1 count of conspiracy, 1 count of distribution of a controlled substance within 1000 ft of a college

Welch, Bradley A.  26 Terrace Drive, Bristol VA
1 count of distribution of Suboxone

Wheeler, Myrika N. 35 Beech Street, Bristol VA
2 counts of distribution of cocaine

Williams, David D.  49 Virginia Street, Bristol VA
1 count of distribution of cocaine

Wilson, Tiffany A.  30 2nd Street, Bristol VA
1 count of possession of methamphetamine

Wright, Rocky A.  46 Quarry Street, Bristol VA
1 count distribution of cocaine, 2 counts of distribution of Suboxone

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